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UNDP/UNFPA Executive Board Special Event Panel Discussion

Putting People First: Implementing the ICPD Agenda and Achieving the MDGs

21 June 2004, Geneva, Switzerland

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Opening Remarks: H.E. Mr. Abdullah M. Alsaidi, President, UNDP/UNFPA Executive Board
Welcome Remarks: Mr. Serge Chappatte, Assistant Director-General, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Introduction:

Ms. Thoraya Obaid, Executive Director, UNFPA, Panel Chair

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First Segment of the Panel: Presentations

H.E. Mr. Poul Nielson, Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, EC

What ICPD implementation has meant to me personally as a global leader in the area of development cooperation

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Professor Gita Sen, Chairperson, Centre for Public Policy, IIM, India

Making reproductive health services accessible to poor people

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Dr. Jotham Musinguzi, Director, Population Secretariat, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda

Integrating HIV/AIDS prevention in reproductive health programmes

Dr. Nabiha Gueddana, Director-General, National Office of the Family and Population, Ministry of Public Health, Tunisia

The role of gender in reproductive health programmes

Mr. Cheikh Hassan Cisse, Chairman, The African American Islamic Institute, Senegal

What ICPD implementation has meant to me as a religious leader

Ms. Gabriela Ocampo Jaramillo, Youth reproductive health promoter, Ecuador

What ICPD implementation has meant to me as a youth reproductive health promoter

Mr. Damian Brown, Youth advocate, Jamaica

Lessons learned in adolescent reproductive health in the Caribbean region

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